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StatCounter Free invisible Web tracker

 

Before, I showed you how we can measure the number of visitors are online on our websites. Today, I will help you to track your website statistic.

StatCounter has become a popular website statistic service around on the internet. There are many reasons give StatCounter this position:

First, setting up the StatCounter is very simple. Just a few clicks, your counter is ready for you to use. You just copy the code they provide onto your website.

Second, they offer the service for free for small website/blog. For the free version, they allow you to log the last 500 page load which is not much. However, this amount is enough for you to learn, analyze, and understand the value of statistic. If your website has over 250,000 page loads/month, you have to upgrade to the paid version.

Third, they have ability to allow you to put the counter invisible on your website if you want to.

Fourth, they give you charts and graphs to visualize you statistic.

Lastly, if you web host does not allow JavaScript, you still can use this counter because they also have html version, however, the information it collect is limited.

Here is all the information that StatCounter can log for you.

Traffic Summary

Location stats (Country/City/Region/ISP)

Search Engine Keyword Analysis

System Stats (browser/os/resolution)

Visitor Path Reports

Popular Pages

For more information, you can check it out on their websites.


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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I've tried statcounter, but I can say that gostats gives better details and doesn't have that limit that you mentioned. (you keep all your stats)

shiro said...

Thank you for mentioning about gostats. I had been on that site before, but I did not really like it. I'll check it back later.

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